Foxdale Forest
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8 months ago

Embrace rainwater harvesting to reduce reliance on underground water!

Rainwater harvesting is the practice of collecting and storing rainwater for later use. This can be done in a variety of ways, from simply collecting rainwater in a barrel to more complex systems that filter and store rainwater for use in irrigation or even as drinking water.

There are many benefits to rainwater harvesting. For one, it is a sustainable practice that reduces the demand on municipal water supplies. It also helps to reduce stormwater runoff, which can cause erosion and flooding. Additionally, rainwater is free of the chemicals and additives found in municipal water supplies, making it a healthier option for plants and animals.

Learn how you can be self-sufficient and discover how it works in Foxdale Forest's video below. Start your rainwater harvesting journey today!

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Embrace rainwater harvesting to reduce reliance on underground water!
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Located on the northern edge of Foxdale, in the serenity of an indigenous forest, this is Zambia’s first sustainable residential housing development with 78 plots that range from 1,800 to 4,000 sqm in size - plot prices range from USD 54,000 to USD 160,000. Foxdale Forest has introduced membership were they are inviting the public to join their community with membership and gain access to their private home-owner facilities and indigenous forest. Home-owner facilities include exclusive club house, pool, tennis court, equestrian facilities, sports field and nature trails.